45 and scenario b is 3197 vehicles indicating

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Unformatted text preview: within the curve to obtain total delay (then you divide total delay by total number of vehicles to get the average delay), Total delay: 3197*62.27/2 – 25*152/2 – ( (375+3197)/2 * (62.27 ­27)) = 33,733.9 veh ­min Average delay for scenario B = 33,733.9 / 3,197 = 10.55 min (per vehicle) Summarizing both Scenarios: Max Delay (min) Max Queue Length (veh) Average Delay per veh (min) Scenario A 27.5 1,834.5 14.08 Scenario B 21.17 1,058.5 10.55 TMC allows effective management of the incident by reducing the arrival rate as a response to the incident and opening single lane faster. The difference is more pronounced if total time to dissipate the queue is considered, S...
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